LuminariaThis past Friday, the Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival took to the San Antonio Museum of Art filling the grounds and surrounding areas with lights, projected films, live music, food trucks, art pieces, and demonstrations alike.LuminariaRoaming the grounds felt like you’ve been immersed into an art wonderland. With the turn of every corner, a new surprise awaited.  Many of the exhibits and pieces were interactive, allowing you walk through or stand in front of a projection to be a part of the piece itself. Below is a piece by Jonathan Sims featuring an ever-changing projection of different geometric shapes turning and changing. You and friends could immerse yourself into the installation by standing in front of the screened structures and snapping a picture. With the projection constantly changing, you would never have one of the same pictures.

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Make sure to catch Luminaria Take Two featuring dance performances and experimental films scheduled for Wednesday, February 24th at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Take Two starts at 7 PM and is free to the public.

Below are some shots of the different exhibits taken at Luminaria:

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Different film clips were projected onto a building in the courtyard where you could sit and watch.

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Rattletree, an Austin based Electronica-Marimba band, plays for a crowd at Luminaria.

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An installation perfect for shooting some candid shots or even a selfie or two!

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The large film projection would change often. This clip featured a POV shot of a car speeding through a city.